• Tiesto launches deep house radio show
• Listen to Jamie Jones & tINI‘s Essential Mix
• Fixyn release remix of Nadia Nair’s “Monika The Brave”
• Watch Lindstrøm Detail Tracks in His Studio
Tiesto launches deep house radio show
Tiësto is launching a new deep house radio show on his Sirius XM channel.
While he is better known for his work within the trance realm of dance music, the Dutch superstar DJ has revealed that he’s also partial to a bit of house of the deep and vocal variety.
‘Club Life After Hours’ will launch today via Tiësto’s Sirius XM Club Life Radio channel, and the inaugural show will kick off with a house mix from the man himself.
Subsequent shows will then invite special guest DJs to contribute, as Tiësto definitely seems to be dipping his toes into the water in terms of exploring new dance music genres.
After all, it was only last week that the producer’s Musical Freedom label dropped the ‘Trap Remix EP’, which reinterpreted huge big room tracks into the heavily hip-hop-influenced trap music genre.
When asked about deep house, Tiësto has been quoted as saying:
“I really like deep and warm vocal house, and this a perfect addition to my Club Life Radio…It’s a great sound to listen to at home, in the car or while having a Sunday afternoon barbecue. It’s perfect listening music.”
He made it clear that he is not going to suddenly start playing house in his live sets though:
“Stylistically, I don’t think [house is] ready for my live sets just yet because I like to play a little more energetic and uplifting, but who knows in the future? For now I want to experiment with it on the radio and see what people think.”
See the tracklist for Tiësto’s house mix, which includes Cyril Hahn’s edit of Destiny’s Child, below.
Destiny’s Child – ‘Say My Name’ (Cyril Hahn Remix)
Framewerk – ‘As If’
Phoenix – ‘Lisztomania’ (Vanilla Bootleg)
Monkey Safari – ‘Hi Life’ (Cheeky Bold Cover)
Hells Kitchen feat. Irina Makosh – ‘I Close The Door’ (Walkboy Remix)
Yoachim – ‘EHC’ (Oliver Schories Remix)
Miyagi – ‘Woodpeckers Love Affair’ (Sascha Braemer & Dan Caster Remix)
Stefan Biniak – ‘The Read All About It Bootleg’
Him Self Her – ‘Gone Too Long’
Fatso – ‘Empathy’
Jan Blomqvist – ‘I Don’t Think About You’
Daughter – ‘Youth’ (Alle Farben Remix)
Art Of Shades feat. Soukaina – ‘All Away’
DSF – ‘Private Thoughts’
Goldroom feat. Chela – ‘Fifteen’ (Rotkraft Remix)
Finnebassen – ‘You’re Not Cool Enough’
Audiofly feat. Fiora – ‘6 Degrees’ (Tale Of Us Remix)
Fabo feat. Angela Sheik – ‘Can’t Decide’ (Flow & Zeo Remix)
Vario Volinski – ‘Falling In Love’
Luomo – ‘Good Stuff’ (Dave DK Remix)
Dinka – ‘Polarity’ (DBMM Superlove Remix)
Luis Leon – ‘Love Is A Lie’
Made To Move – ‘Perfect Lady’
Tube & Berger – ‘Imprint Of Pleasure’
Listen to Jamie Jones & tINI’s Essential Mix
Hot Creations boss Jamie Jones and Desolat’s tINI were on hand for an Essential Mix from Ibiza last night.
As part of BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend celebrations on the White Isle, Jamie Jones and tINI were enlisted to feature on the Essential Mix.
Last night also saw the radio station welcome more artists to the fold for their Essential Mix feature as Steve Lawler and Darius Syrossian were recorded live from VIVa Warriors, and Radio 1 will also be broadcasting live from Cream at Privilege tonight with Eric Prydz, Hardwell and Pete Tong.
While the Essential Mix is normally a pre-recorded part of Radio 1’s twelve hours of dance music, these ones differ because they are being recorded live from the events such as Jamie Jones’ Paradise night that took place at DC10.
Jamie Jones’ Paradise takes place every Wednesday until September 25, with acts such as Richie Hawtin, Joy Orbison and Magda all set to play in the coming months.
Listen to Jamie Jones and tINI’s Essential Mix here.
Fixyn release remix of Nadia Nair’s “Monika The Brave”
LA’s up and coming duo, Fixyn, continues their consistent flow of quality remixes with a stunning rendition of “Monika The Brave.”
Watch Lindstrøm Detail Tracks in His Studio
Norwegian space-disco stalwart Lindstrøm has allowed Future Music‘s cameras a chance to film inside his studio in Oslo as he breaks down a couple of his cosmic dancefloor productions. The producer largely discusses how he learned to work with Logic while writing “Ęg-gęd-ōsis” and “Quiet Place to Live,” but also goes on to talk about some of his favorite plugins, his mixing process, and how he tends to do work with the software his “own way,” as opposed to learning the “right way.” It’s undoubtedly an interesting clip for any Lindstrøm fan, though any new Logic users while likely find plenty to learn in the 30-plus-minute video as well.